I took this photo for a leading lines assignment. I had noticed the lines in the bricks on one of the walls of my school looked more and more interesting the closer I looked.
I took this photo for a framing photo challenge. I noticed that the little leaves from the bushes behind the fence looked cute once they were framed with the chain links of the fence.
I took this photo right outside my house. My little sister pointed to the plants in the cracks of the sidewalk and said, "It's a tiny garden!"
I took this photo right outside my house as well. I took it for a compostition assignment. Once I had taken the tiny garden photo, I decided to continue to look at the ground more closely, resulting in this photo of a manhole cover.
I took this photo for an eye photo challenge. I think that children's eyes convey a great sense of innocence, even in dark situations, which is what I wanted to show in this photo.
I take photos because I want people to see what they don’t have the time to notice. Little plants growing in the cracks of sidewalks, little eyelashes, and sparkles in bricks. I like to convey a sense of calmness and recollection in my photos. To take most of my photos, I get really low to the ground or look at something completely ordinary just a little bit closer. Noticing the small details in life is a priority for me, and I want it to be important in other people’s lives as well.